Skyrmions, or topological magnetic textures, have received increasing interest due to their robustness and capability for manipulation. General magnetic textures can be used to induce synthetic spin-orbit interactions, stabilizing Majorana bound states (MBS). For the case of a magnetic skyrmion, the skyrmion in proximity to an s-wave superconductor will host a MBS at its core. In this talk, I will explore examples of magnetic textures used in the formation of MBS: an elongated skyrmion, a chain of circular skyrmions, and a skyrmion of even azimuthal winding number. I will present proposals for braiding operations for topological quantum computation utilizing MBS stabilized on magnetic skyrmions.